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Empowered Muslim Woman: Islam is Her Strength
Empowered Muslim Woman: Islam is Her Strength
Empowered Muslim Woman: Islam is Her Strength

Empowered Muslim Woman: Islam is Her Strength

Product ID : 32216224
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Galleon Product ID 32216224
UPC / ISBN 1523909439
Shipping Weight 0.32 lbs
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Binding: Paperback
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Shipping Dimension 7.99 x 5 x 0.2 inches
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Author Sadaf Farooqi
Number Of Pages 82
Publication Date 2016-02-23
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About Empowered Muslim Woman: Islam Is Her Strength

Product Description Today, talking about the empowerment of Muslim women can be a sensitive issue. Debates are heated, opinions are strong. Many equate the empowerment of a woman with she being able to do what men can do, and better. For others, it means a total relinquishment of her traditional role as the primary nurturer and caretaker of the family unit. Even though there are many empowered Muslim women out there in the world, there are few who actually write about their personal experiences in order to share with the world how acting upon Islam and living a Muslim way of life actually made them more empowered, instead of oppressed. This book discusses the various aspects of a woman’s empowerment in the light of Islam, by quoting poignant examples of some strong, influential and righteous Muslim women in Islamic history, and analyzing contemporary issues faced by women across the world, such as earning and spending money, and how their financial independence affects gender relationships. About the Author Sadaf Farooqi is a married Muslim woman residing in Karachi, Pakistan. She writes non-fiction articles and books on topics related to her Islamic faith whilst homeschooling her 3 children, 2 daughters and a son. Sadaf wears the hijab, niqab and burka, but considers herself empowered - as a Muslim, as a woman, and as an individual. She credits her faith in Islam as the main source of her strength, positive self-worth, success, and independence.